New Therseo project
Nov16

New Therseo project

In the framework of the MIBISOC EU FP7 project Henesis developed a wireless body area network (WBAN) for human motion capture. Proprietary patented predictive Machine Learning algorithms for spatial-temporal analysis of time series were ported to an ARM processor and run in real time. The Yoga Sun Salutation sequence was chosen as prototypical exercise. A single node of our network was able to learn the sequence of poses and...

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Henesis partner in FP7 project HARPA
Sep17

Henesis partner in FP7 project HARPA

Henesis is proud to announce that the FP7 project proposal “Harpa: Harnessing Performance Availability” will been funded. Henesis is a full partner, together with Politecnico di Milano, STMicroelectronics, Thales Communications & Security, and 4 universities from Cyprus, Greece, Belgium, and Czech Republic. The project will begin in September....

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Kick off meeting of MIBISOC EU-FP7 project

Henesis attended the kick-off meeting of the MIBISOC “Medical Imaging Using Bio-inspired and Soft Computing” European FP7 project (FP7-PEOPLE- ITN-2008). This event was organized in Oviedo (Spain) on Nov. 16-17 by the project coordinator, the European Centre for Soft Computing. Here are a couple of pictures: This Marie Curie action will allow Henesis to host two outstanding PhD students. Should you be interested, stay tuned: further...

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